One of the common goals of filmmaking is to understand how to penetrate into the audience and under the skin, and for this purpose, what better way than Could it be a real reflection of the psychological disorders that affect millions of people around the world? It is generally difficult to talk about mental illness, because unlike physical problems, because it is more common in people's minds, it does not have a tangible physical appearance, so it is not visible and is not recognized. Of course, human beings are going through a new era and tend to look away from taboos and prejudices, but it is still difficult to accept a personal or personal problem; Recognizing and understanding it is far more difficult.
Although the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness is in the realm of medicine and psychology, art and literature, especially the performing arts and cinema, can always be a mirror to watch. Better be yourself and the world around us. Fortunately, however, man lives at a time when the importance of being aware of mental health problems is far greater than in the past, but one cannot be sure of the sincerity of the films that address these issues. Because the number of films that succeed in portraying a true picture of the symptoms and behaviors of mental illness is small.
Let's face it, we have collected a number of good and healthy films, often adaptations of literary works, that show these issues with the honesty that deserves mental illness.
1. Promising Booklet (Silver Linings Playbook)
- Product 2012
- Director: David O. Russell
- Cast: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Jackie Weaver, Julia Styles
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92 out of 100
Pat , A former teacher (Bradley Cooper in the first role for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role), hopes to rebuild his broken marriage after being released from a psychiatric hospital, until his new friendship with Tiffany, a sexually addicted widow in Now recovery (Jennifer Lawrence in her first Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role) soon turns into a relationship beyond the ordinary.
How does the film honestly portray mental illness? Pat's bipolar disorder, although he claims to always look at the half-full glass, sometimes causes him to lose control of his anger, mostly because of his failed love affair with his unfaithful ex-wife, which causes him to close his eyes to his feelings for Tiffany. . It could be argued that the "Book of Hope" was adapted by David O. Russell is the best director and writer of Matthew Quick's novel (published in 2008).
2. Good Will Hunting
- Product 1997
- Director: Gus Vincent
- Cast: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Minicriver, Stalan Oscarsgard, Robin Williams
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 98 out of 100
How does the film honestly portray mental illness? Towards the end of "Good Will Hunting," it's the brilliant, inspiring, and intimate drama of Gus Van Sant that we find out that the main character in Matt Damon (like Williams, Sean) is the victim of child abuse and that prevents him from having meaningful relationships with his new girlfriend and girlfriend. (Mini driver) as well as using your thinking abilities for a better future.
3. Charlie Bartlett
- 2007 2007
- Director: John Paul
- Cast: Anton Yeltsin, Robert Downey Jr., Hope Davis, Kat Dennings
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 58 out of 100
A troubled intelligent teenager (the recently deceased Anton Yelchin) goes to public school for the first time and hopes to finally make friends here, but in the end it is he who goes to the personal therapist and pharmacist of his classmates, who is apparently more They need help, it turns out. This upsets the school principal (Robert Downey Jr.), who happens to be the boy's father's new girlfriend (Kat Denning, Marvel movie star).
What an honest approach the film takes to mental health issues. ? Charlie Bartlett, an underestimated comedy-drama about puberty, aired at a time when issues such as depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, sexual addiction, and other mental health problems were being addressed from a very high school perspective. Real and hopeful boldness.
4. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
- Product 2012 li>
- Director: Stephen Chebowski
- Cast: Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 85 out of 100
What honest view does this film have of mental illness? As mental health stories became more popular in the mainstream youth, "The Benefits of Being Isolated," written and directed by Stefan Chebowski and adapted from his own novel, was one of the most influential and profound explorations of the harmful effects of abuse. Zorki's romantic relationships and the loss of loved ones were praised more than any other work.
5. To the bone (To The Bone)
- Product 2017
- Director: Marty Knoxon
- Cast: Lily Collins, Keanu Reeves, Alex Sharp, Carrie Preston
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 70 out of 100
A young girl (Lily Collins) who, despite the verbal concerns of her abnormal family, denies her anorexia, meets a medical support group (Keanu Reeves) who, in her unconventional way, encourages the girl to face her problem. Pave the way for health itself.
What honest view does the film have of mental illness? Netflix drama "To the Bone" written and directed by a woman who suffers from eating disorders in her youth and with the presence of a woman in the lead role who also suffers from eating disorders in her youth, is a very real and authentic picture of suffering from the disorder. Provides food.
6. Girl, Interrupted
- Product 1999
- Director: James Mangold
- Cast: Winona Ryder, Angelina Jolie, Brittany Murphy, Elizabeth Moss, Jared Leto
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 53 out of 100
A young woman (Winona Ryder) who is forced to live in a mental hospital by her parents, meets a girl (Angelina Jolie in the role of her Oscar winner) whose self-destructive tendencies distract her efforts to understand and cope with her problems. How does he honestly portray mental illness? In the late 1960s, Susanna Kaisen, who drank a bottle of aspirin with vodka, was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and was hospitalized in a mental hospital for eighteen months. Based on this experience, she wrote her diary, which later inspired "Girl, Divorced," and was an early and admirable success for Indiana Jones 5 director James Mangold, who himself was clearly hurt by problems such as apostasy. He struggles with himself and suicide, figure.
7. A Beautiful Mind
- Product 2001
- Director: Ron Howard
- Cast: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Conley, Ed Harris, Paul Bethany, Christopher Plummer
- Raton Tomitose Score: 74 out of 100
A smart but well-known but socially challenged mathematician (Russell Crowe) puts his relationship with his wife (Jennifer Connelly, in the role of his Oscar winner) and his professional life at risk after he realizes that he has a mental disorder He sees and this makes everything in his life questionable.
How true is the film about mental illness? Another inspiring film about mental health based on a true story is "Beautiful Mind," which won the 2001 Academy Award for Best Picture. While the film certainly captures some aspects of John Nash's cinematic fantasy, it still succeeds in portraying the horrific illusions and even the bitter and harsh realities that paranoid schizophrenics face.
8. The Aviator
- 2004 Product
- Director : Martin Scorsese
- Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Cate Beckinsell, Alec Baldwin, Jude Law, Alan Alda, John C. Riley
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 86 out of 100 Leading billionaire and filmmaker Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio starred in his second Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role) in the late 1920s to mid-1940s with rival rival Pan Am, He struggles with profiteering in war and severe mental disorders.
- Product 2014
- Director: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
- Cast: Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 85 out of 100
- Product 2019
- Director: White Brothers
- Cast: Adam Sandler, Julia Fox, Aydina Home
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92 out of 100
- Product 1975
- Director: Milos Forman
- Cast: Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher, Danny DeVito, Christopher Lloyd, Michael Douglas
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 94 out of 100 >
How true of mental illness? Martin Scorsese's fascinating autobiography "The Aviator," though not freely creative in the narrative of Howard Hughes' life, depicts the fall of this real figure from the infamous pioneer craftsman in a debilitating battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder, while the disease is still It was not properly recorded and defined, it works very effectively.
9. Still Alice
One After an early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease at the age of 50, the successful professor of linguistics (Julianne Moore in her first Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role) tries to keep her family close and concentrate more so that her mind does not fall apart.>
What is his honest view of mental illness? Based on a novel by renowned neuroscientist Lisa Geneva, the film tells the blatant and sometimes disturbing first-hand account of memory loss and eventual loss of consciousness due to Alzheimer's disease, in the words of the film's protagonist. "Hell", depicts.
10. Uncut Gems
A jewelry store owner in New York (Adam Sandler, in a role that should have been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role) thinks that after acquiring a rare and very valuable agate, he will reach a fortune that turns his life upside down, but a series of selfish decisions and False inaccuracies prevent this from happening.
How true is it about mental illness? In "Uncut Jewels," which is a masterful exercise in pushing characters, storytelling, and audiences into stressful constraints, written and directed by Josh and Bani Safdi, it doesn't matter how much the protagonist's debt increases, the risks increase, and the odds of winning. As unlikely as he may seem, Howard Ratner's unwavering gambling addiction still overcomes his self-control to prevent him from losing everything.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
A convict (Jack Nicholson in his first Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role) who has driven himself insane to avoid imprisonment is admitted to a mental hospital. There, in Oas, he becomes the voice for the patients of that sanatorium who are the victims of the unjust harassment of the sadistic nurse, Mildred Ratch (Louise Fletcher, Oscar winner).
What is his honest view of mental illness? It can be argued that we see in the world of cinema the most symbolic, honest, and relatively terrifying image of mental hospitals in the masterful adaptation of Milos Forman's novel Flying Over a Cuckoo's Nest (known as "Crazy Jumped from a Cage") by Ken Casey. Which tries to portray the mentally ill in the most humane way, by showing the inhuman behavior they have been condemned to throughout history.